ROBERT BRADLEY NAMED HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER AT NGU
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
ROBERT BRADLEY NAMED HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER AT NGU

Robert Bradley, who was most recently the clinical athletic trainer at Aiken High School, Aiken Technical College and Kraft Foods in Aiken, has been named the Head Athletic Trainer at North Greenville University it was announced by Director of Athletics Jan McDonald.


Bradley brings a wealth of knowledge and background gained at small colleges to the growing Crusader athletic program.  Prior to working in Aiken, SC, he was the Program Director and an Assistant Professor Exercise Science at Lander University.  He held the same position at Sterling College (KS), and began his career at Hillsdale College in Michigan.
A published scholar in academic literature on various athletic injuries and training modalities, Bradley possesses at Bachelor of Science degree in Health Management from Southeast Missouri State University in Cape Girardeau, MO.  He earned a Master of Science degree in Kinesiology from Georgia Southern University and is currently working toward a doctorate in Sport Management with an emphasis in sport medicine from the United States Sports Academy in Alabama.
He is an accomplished instructor in courses related to athletic training and exercise science having taught at Lander University, Sterling and Hillsdale Colleges.  He is a certified Athletic Trainer by the National Athletic Trainers Association (NATA), and is a licensed trainer in the State of South Carolina.
Bradley is responsible for athletic training and injury rehabilitation for the Crusaders’ 15 intercollegiate sports and over 200 student-athletes.
“NGU welcomes Robert to our extended family,” McDonald said.  “His expertise and experience will be a welcome addition to the athletic training program.”  Bradley noted that he was thrilled for the opportunity to work with the rapidly growing North Greeville program.  “I consider it a blessing to be working at NGU.   I am enjoying working with the staff and assisting the athletes with their medical and spiritual needs. “